Our project ASPER is used as an exemplary building in a study on minimising space occupancy in open and rural areas, executed by the Flemish Government. The project is praised for its ambition to anticipate future changes in the functions it hosts. The independency of the external and internal structure assures a long-term adaptability of the plan letting its program extend, shrink, change or perhaps revert back to agricultural functions. Moreover the perception of the farmland surrounding the house is guaranteed by literally organising the plot in functional strips of different widths perpendicular to the street.

 The complete published study can be found here.